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Heracleopolis Parva
Ancient Egyptian: Per-Heryshaf-Nebhutnisut
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"House of Harsaphes, Lord of Heracleopolis"
Location Tell Belim
Coordinates 32°10′3″N 30°58°55″E
Region Lower Egypt
Nome Khent-Iabet
Main deities Harsaphes
Not to be confused with Heracleopolis Magna.

Heracleopolis Parva (ancient Egyptian: pr-ḥryšf nb-ḥwt-nswt, modern: Tell Belim) is an Ancient Egyptian city in Lower Egypt, located in the eastern Nile Delta at the Mediterranean Sea. It was governed under Khent-Iabet, the fourteenth nome of Lower Egypt.

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